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Circles of Pagosa Springs, Part 2

By Rev. Donald A. Ford Special to The PREVIEW Circles is about relationships. It is through relationships that a person truly experiences the freedom of not living in poverty. Allies…

U.S. Freestyle Mogul Team to be announced Saturday, training at Wolf Creek Ski Area

U.S. Freestyle Mogul Team to be announced Saturday, training at Wolf Creek Ski Area

Courtesy Wolf Creek Ski Area Special to The SUN The U.S. Freestyle Mogul Team, led by Olympic champion Hannah Kearney and Olympic bronze medalist Bryon Wilson, will practice at Wolf…

Nell Taylor takes first in Girls on the Run 5K race

By Mara Koch Special to The SUN Girls and their families from local Girls on the Run (GOTR) teams traveled to Telluride on Saturday, Nov. 9, for the annual GOTR…

United Way: many reasons to be thankful

By Lisa Jensen Special to The SUN Thanksgiving. What are you thankful for today? Your health? Your family, friends and loved ones? The sun coming up every morning? As we…

County money

County money

Dear Editor: As the county budget process nears completion, I want to publicly thank the entire county staff and our other elected officials for their terrific efforts in an unprecedented…

San Juan Conservation District utilizes matching grant

By Cynthia Purcell Special to The SUN The San Juan Conservation District (SJCD) received funding in April 2013 from the Colorado State Conservation Board’s 2013 Natural Resources Matching Grants Program…

Covered

Covered

Dear Editor: I just signed up for health insurance! For the first time since moving to this country 13 years ago, my husband and I have health insurance with premiums…

With Thanksgiving on the way, let’s talk turkey

By Roberta Tolan SUN Columnist Turkey is often the main dish at holiday meals, yet if it is not prepared correctly and safely, it can cause foodborne illness. Follow these…

Pioneer skier celebrates 100th birthday at Wolf Creek Ski Area

Pioneer skier celebrates 100th birthday at Wolf Creek Ski Area

By Carole Howard Special to The SUN More than 150 Gray Wolf Ski Club members from both sides of Wolf Creek Pass gathered at Wolf Creek Ski Area Tuesday, Nov.…

Water

Water

Dear Editor: Following the 2002-03 drought, Colorado got serious about water. It tried some top down water planning no one felt comfortable with. However, in 2006 Colorado adopted a bottom…